Jade Rasif says the cash her father David stole is “blood cash with unhealthy karma”

Jade Rasif and her sisters Tyen Rasif and Khym Fong hardly ever discuss their father, David Rasif. Nonetheless, on uncommon events, the 28-year-old Jade responded to a touch upon social media and touched on the subject.

In an Instagram story on Wednesday (March 9), Ms Rasif, shared the dialog she had with a netizen on Fb about David. The netizen opined that they thought Ms Rasif got here from a really rich household that included David Rasif as one in all its members.

Responding, Jade wrote: “Can I simply clear this up? My dad after I was 12, stole 4 million. He’s nonetheless on interpols wished”.

In keeping with singaporelegaladvice.com, “A lawyer by career, (David) Rasif had simply acquired a sum of just about $2 million from his purchasers for a property buy transaction. This sum was later misappropriated by Rasif and used, inter alia, for the acquisition of treasured stones and jewelry from a jewelry retailer”.

In a second Instagram story on the subject, Ms Rasif added: “Should you actually assume I might danger going to jail & miss out on the very best years of my life over 4 million in stolen gold bars you’re insane”. 

“Not solely is that blood cash with unhealthy karma, however that is singapore. 4 million is what, a Rolls Royce? Some good watches? An house? Is that what household is price these days? Wake the hell up,” she wrote.

Ms Rasif is commonly vocal on social media, usually relating social points.

Earlier this week, voicing an unpopular opinion, a 27-year-old man wrote that he would moderately exit with sugar infants as an alternative of discovering a girlfriend.

– Commercial 2-

In an nameless publish on confessions web page NUSWhispers, the man wrote: “For the longest time, I bemoaned my lack of relationship success. I might have a look at pals who have been hooked up and really feel a lot envy. Questioning why couldn’t [I] simply discover somebody who I might take care of, and would take care of me in return”.

He added that he created an account on Sugarbook, a web based relationship service that was based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Sugarbook is hottest within the Southeast Asian international locations of Malaysia, Singapore, and the Philippines. It’s identified for individuals to search out “mutually helpful relationships,” sugar infants and sugar daddies.

Ms Rasif responded and, wrote: “NUS admin, how a lot did you receives a commission to publish this? Be trustworthy”.

Comply with us on Social Media

Ship in your scoops to information@theindependent.sg